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Researchers have identified four stages of sexual response in women and men: This article describes what happens Ssexual arousal a woman's body when she is sexually aroused.

When a woman becomes aroused turned onthe blood vessels in her genitals dilate.

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There is increased blood flow in the vaginal walls, which causes fluid to pass through them. The external genitalia or vulva including the clitoris, vaginal opening, and inner and Ssexual arousal lips or labia become engorged swollen due to the increased blood supply. Inside the body, the top of the vagina expands.

Researchers have identified four stages...

The pulse and breathing quicken, and blood pressure rises. A woman may become flushed, especially on the chest and neck, due to the blood vessels dilating.

Blood flow to the lower third of the vagina reaches its limit, and causes the lower area of the vagina to become swollen and firm. As a woman gets closer to Ssexual arousal, her clitoris pulls back against the pubic bone and seems to disappear.

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Continuous stimulation is needed in this phase to build up enough sexual excitement for orgasm. Orgasm is the intense and pleasurable release of sexual tension that has built up in Ssexual arousal earlier stages, characterised by contractions 0.

A woman may have another orgasm if she's stimulated again. Not all women have an orgasm every time they have sex. For most women, foreplay is an important role in an orgasm occurring.

This can include stroking erogenous zones and stimulating the clitoris. Swelling reduces, and breathing and heart rate slow down.

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